Emily Strauss teaches Big Bank Regulation, Securities Litigation and Enforcement in Practice, and first-year Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing.
Prior to joining the Duke Law faculty in 2016, Strauss was an attorney with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York. She was a member of the litigation department, and her practice focused on securities litigation and criminal and regulatory investigations, including fraud, antitrust, executive misconduct, and bribery-related matters. Previously, Strauss was Special Counsel at a nonprofit promoting the rule of law in developing countries.
Before law school, Strauss was a Peace Corps volunteer in West Africa and a high school teacher in China. She is a member of the bars in New York and Massachusetts.